Founder of ripple donation

Chris Larsen, co-founder of Ripple, a block-chain payment service company, and his no-liner donated $ 25 million worth of riffles to San Francisco State University.

The couple donated a large sum to the San Francisco State University Business School to support promising companies. The university plans to use donations to help students study about companies and PinTech ecosystems around the world. One-time college funding through cryptography is the largest ever in the United States.

San Francisco State University welcomed the couple as an innovator and that their donations will help encourage students to become business and technology workers with creative strategies.

Ripple announced the official social contribution activity Ripple For Good last September. In June of last year, UBRI donated $ 50 million to 17 universities around the world and started the University Block Chain Research Initiative. Last February, he provided $ 1 million to the Australian National University. For more information, please click here .



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